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  • Don’t engage in biz with Iran after Nov 4, warns US

    Washington : The US has warned of having a “fundamentally different set of rules” to deal with the countries continuing to have economic activities with Iran after its sanction against Tehran becomes fully operational on November 4. “Make no mistake about it, come November 4 (and) there will be a fundamentally different set of rules with respect to anyone who deems it necessary to engage in economic activities with the Islamic Republic

  • Trump writes warm letter to Kim, wants to meet him again

    Washington : North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has written a “very warm” letter to US President Donald Trump requesting him for a second meeting, the White House has said, asserting that it is open to the idea and is already in the process of preparing ground for the high-profile summit.

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    White House hunts for anonymous  op-ed writer

    Washington : White House aides have narrowed down their search for the anonymous author of the New York Times op-ed that alleged an internal resistance to President Donald Trump in his own administration, sources told CNN.

  • Sanctions on Turkey show we’re very serious: US

    Singapore : Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday said US sanctions on Turkey showed Washington was “very serious” in demanding the release of an American pastor whose detention has sparked a diplomatic crisis.

  • US team in N Korea to prepare for summit with Kim: Trump

    Washington : President Donald Trump on Monday said a US team was in North Korea for preparatory talks ahead of a potential meeting between him and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, signalling that the much-talked about summit in Singapore on June 12 was back on track.

  • Strongest sanctions in history: US now threatens Iran

    Washington : The US on Monday threatened to apply “unprecedented” financial pressure on Iran along with other punitive measures if Tehran does not give up its reported goal of developing nuclear weapons and alleged destabilising behaviour in the region, including supporting terrorist groups.

  • US signals it may exit Iran nuke deal

    Riyadh : The US’ newly-appointed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who is here on an official visit, on Sunday signalled that Washington would likely withdraw from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, media reports said.